Passengers on Southwest Flight 2690 were treated to a surprise when a couple got married in an impromptu ceremony.
Due to bad weather, Pam and Jeremy's previous American Airlines flight from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport was cancelled, causing them to miss their chapel appointment in Sin City.
A fellow passenger, Chris, who happened to be an ordained pastor, saw the couple dressed in their wedding attire at the airport, he offered to marry the pair himself.
The trio went and booked the last three seats on the nearly full Southwest flight ready to exchange their vows in Vegas when the pilot Captain Gil offered the two to get married right there on the plane.
The cabin crew took a break from their usual responsibilities to whip up some in-flight décor, hanging toilet paper streamers throughout the cabin and giving the minister a custom snack-mix sash, while one of the attendants acted as Pam's Maid of Honor.
A professional photographer on board snapped up the ceremony, check out some of the pics from the Southwest Facebook page below…
Congrats to the newlyweds on a memorable inflight wedding neither our Employees nor Passengers are likely to forget! We can't wait to welcome you back aboard the love airline. #SouthwestHeart.